Geographic features of the western united states
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  • 1. Geographic Features of the Western United States
  • 2. The Rockies stretch from Alaska, through Canada, to New Mexico.
  • 3. Rocky Mountains
  • 4. Rocky Mountains
  • 5. Sierra Nevada Mountains
  • 6. Sierra Nevada Mountains
  • 7. Mt. McKinley, AlaskaThe highest point in North America
  • 8. Mt. McKinley, part of Denali National Park
  • 9. Mt. McKinley
  • 10. Aleutian Islands, Alaska
  • 11. Volcanoes in the Aleutian Islands
  • 12. A Volcanic Eruption in the Aleutian Islands
  • 13. Death Valley, California
  • 14. Death Valley, the lowest point in North America
  • 15. Great Basin
  • 16. Great Basin
  • 17. Great Basin
  • 18. Volcanic Islands - Hawaii
  • 19. Hawaiian Volcanic Islands
  • 20.
  • 21. Cascade Mountains
  • 22. Cascade Mtns.
  • 23. Cascade Mtns. Volcano Map
  • 24. Mt. St. Helens, Cascade Mtns.
  • 25. Mt. St. Helen’s, Washington
  • 26. Mt. St. Helen’s Eruption, 1980
  • 27. Mt. St. Helen’s